We Don’t Need a New President – We Need a New System and a New Consciousness

We Don’t Need a New President; We Need a New Consciousness and a New System 1

By Makia Freeman

Contributing writer for Wake Up World

What the United States needs most right now is a new consciousness, and a new system which springs from that elevated consciousness – not a new president.

Here we are again in the midst of another long election cycle in the US, and what has changed? Yes, there are more “outsiders” this time, to the extent that you can call Sanders (a career politician) and Trump (a billionaire intent on always getting the best deal, in true capitalistic style, no matter what) “outsiders”. You see it every election cycle; a new candidate emerges, promising hope, change and sometimes even a revolution. But how often does it actually lead to significant, lasting and beneficial change? Can any candidate really deliver as much freedom, peace and abundance to the average person as much as an improved new system?

The “Hope and Change” Ride

Many get swept away by the euphoria of it. Obamamania was a classic example. Obama was Mr. Hope and Change, but as many have noted, he turned out to be Bush on steroids, or tyranny with a smiley face. Obama has continued and expanded all the wars he inherited, spearheaded a whole new type of war (remote controlled drone killings) and signed pieces of legislation like the NDAA which allows Americans to be held indefinitely without trial, in gross violation of the 6th amendment among others.

Is this the kind of hope and change people thought they were getting when they voted for Obama?

Hope and change, or similar notions, are almost always seized upon by politicians vying for office, because they play off people’s dissatisfaction with the status quo. However, history shows us that generally the promised change never quite happens in a way that’s good for the people. The movement or revolution in the making tends to dissipate once the candidate takes office. It leaves us betrayed and trapped, like a donkey tricked into doing hard work, reaching forward for the carrot on a fishing line that always remains out of grasp no matter what he does.

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Although Bernie Sanders is clearly of a higher moral character than Obama, what will his brand of “change” be? If he wins, will he, as Chris Hedges writes, just be the leader of another phantom movement?

The US President Has Too Much Power — Whoever It Is

We may get a new president, but he or she will inherit the same system of control. Meet the new boss; same as the old boss. Lord Acton famously said that “power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely”. It is a very rare person indeed who cannot be corrupted by the massive excess of power that is afforded an office like that of the US President.

US presidents have the power to fire anyone in the entire executive branch of the government, and also to command the instant destruction of entire cities. The US has thousands of nuclear missiles; only the president can give the signal to launch them. Why are we still allowing a system to exist that gives one person such massive power over the entire world?

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Men like JFK, although he had flaws like anyone, held to his principles (for which he paid his life), but he was one in a million. It is insane to continue on with a system that keeps deceiving, manipulating and enslaving us, waiting in vain for someone “good” to finally take office and reverse it all. We will run out of breath trying.

Let’s Face It: Power is Way Too Centralized

The issue is clearly that there is too much power vested in too few hands. Power is far too centralized already, and the goal of the New World Order is further centralization of power into a world government. If we care about freedom, we need to be going in the opposite direction: decentralization of power.

Haven’t we learned enough from history, with pages full of mass murder, genocide and war, to see the disastrous consequences of concentrating power in too few hands? Or are we going to continue to delude ourselves that decentralization is too inefficient, and that it’s better to sacrifice freedom for “more efficacious decision making”? It’s just like our health; many people would rather eat fast food and hold cell phones to their heads for hours (thus microwaving themselves) because it’s more “convenient” than eating home cooked meals and talking on landlines. Our values and priorities are so out of whack we are literally killing ourselves with our decisions.

It’s time humanity asked itself: politically, what’s more important – freedom or efficiency?

Creating a New System

Imagine if we put as much power into changing the system as we did changing the US president. Imagine a new system where the government only had 1/6th of its current power, and things like defense, education, energy and healthcare were decentralized and not under the government umbrella. Imagine a new system like direct democracy where citizens could vote electronically on bills and initiatives, thus bypassing much of the need for elected representatives. Imagine a new system where the government had to balance its books and legally could not borrow to go into debt. Imagine a new system where only those who didn’t want the job were chosen, in order to prevent the ambitious from becoming career politicians. Imagine a new system where campaigning and rigged electronic voting machines were banned. Imagine a new system where anyone who declared war would have to personally go on the front lines to fight it!

We have the numbers and the power. We could create any new system we wanted to, only limited by our imagination and our will. Many societies in humanity’s past used a council of elders or wise men and women as their sole political vehicle. Some native American Indians gave great power to the old women or crones, who got to decide which men would be leaders, since they knew their characters as young children, when they had reared and watched over them.

Elevated Consciousness: Key to Any New System

However, before we create any possible new decentralized system, we need to address the root cause of the issue. To really be beneficial, any new system must be grounded in a higher state of consciousness. Einstein said that a problem can only be solved by moving to a higher level of thinking than that which created it. The real revolution has to be a revolution of consciousness. Any other movement or revolution that is not accompanied by this is bound to fail.

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Conclusion: It’s Time for a Real Revolution

Imagine if we put as much power into changing the system as changing the President.

If you live in the US, I urge you to think big this election cycle. Don’t just think about which candidate you want, because after all, many are bought-and-sold NWO puppets. Think about the entire system. Think about what changes you would make if you could. Think about what system would better serve everyone. Share this with people you know, even if they aren’t open to it, because it may just plant a seed in their minds. We don’t have to constantly settle for mediocrity by choosing the lesser of two evils. We’re better than that.

At some point we created the government, and thus, so too can we dissolve it and replace it with an entirely new system if we so choose. Remember the words from the Declaration of Independence:

“That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”

We’ve been abused enough. It’s time for a real revolution.

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About the author:

Makia Freeman is the editor of The Freedom Articles and senior researcher at ToolsForFreedom.com, writing on many aspects of truth and freedom, from exposing aspects of the global conspiracy to suggesting solutions for how humanity can create a new system of peace and abundance. An avid promoter of freedom, truth and health, his mission is to expose the truth, raise awareness about the conspiracy to enslave mankind and to help create a critical mass of people to stand up against it – and thus restore peace and freedom to the world.

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  • Axel Mattson

    Great article, I totally agree with many of the points. One thing I disagree with is the whole idea
    of Democracy. Somebody said, “Democracy is two wolves and a sheep deciding on what’s for dinner.” Instead of coming up with a form of government which tries to force the 99% to be good, why not let them be as good as they can and instead, have a form of government which prevents the 1% from being
    bad? The Founding Fathers got close to the concept of freedom, but no people in history have actually ever tried it. Why can’t we give that a shot? Freedom has consequences, as does any other form of government, but the consequences are far less painful than the consequences of all the governments which we have tried on this planet so far. The 99% are basically good! We should form a government based on that concept. The 1% (actually the 0.0003% are BAD! Why not set in place a government which recognizes that? If we could have a government that recognizes both of these concepts, holy cow, we’d have the best of all worlds. All it would take is three laws which are absolutely inviolable. The first two laws lay out our rights, the third law explains our non-right. There are only TWO human rights. 1.) The right to own myself 100%. Nobody else has a claim on me or can force me to do anything against my will. 2.) The right to private property. My stuff is my stuff and nobody else has a right to it. I can keep it, give it away, donate it to a worthy cause, or sell it, but it is 100% mine. Our non-right is # 3.) Nobody but
    nobody has a right to initiate violence. Initiate is the key word here. Self-defense is a right covered
    under #1 and #2.

    But Americans don’t believe in these most basic concepts. The powers that be purposely confuse
    the issue for us by breaking these two basic rights up into a million little pieces so they can deny us things. Gay rights, Black rights, women’s rights, etc. But these all fall under the basic two rights. In the whole gay marriage debate over the past year, I never once heard anyone ask the most obvious question: “What the hell right does the government have to regulate marriage?!” In the cannabis debate, I’ve never heard anyone ask the most basic question, “What the hell right does the government have to regulate what I put in my body or grow in my garden?!”

    There are going to be knee-jerk replies to this post pointing out all the problems with a government which respects our two rights, but the bottom line is, ALL forms of government have consequences. So does freedom. But the downsides of Freedom are way less painful to the 99% that they are to the .0003% who run the show. If we were smart we’d choose Freedom because only by violating these three basic principles can the 0.0003% do all the bad shit they do. If they couldn’t steal my money, Republicans couldn’t give it away to the military-industrial complex, fund Al Queda, and create havoc all over the world. If they didn’t steal Democrat’s money, Democrats could set up the most awesome charitable foundations in the history of the world to take care of the truly disadvantaged.

    Our government is just way too big, period. It’s totally out of control and in this I agree with the author. I hope to live long enough to see the revolution which so many of my ancestors saw in 1776. Governments don’t reform, they have to be abolished and something better put in their place.

  • Dwayne Robbie

    It’s absolutely vital that we create a worldwide citizens coalition resource sharing moneyless society. It’s the only way humanity has a chance to save itself….. from itself.

  • Duke Johnson
  • Michelle Rene

    The solution is not to go out yo vote at all….a very simple solution but they get you by throwing in to the mix a “Bernie Sanders”. You are preaching to the choir and the choir is a tiny minority of people who are capable of rising above the low level type of advantages the current system supports…prepacked, pre-cooked nutrient poor food and pre-canned/bottled drink, addictive, subduing narcotic substances from recreational, mind numbing drugs to pain killers for illnesses caused by diets laced with sugar in a variety of forms and hidden in foods we least expect it to be. We are hypnotised by technology and the media which brainwashes us and stops us from thinking intelligently…we are addicted to the technology that is the internet and TV and it’s a wonder our kids are able to focus long enough to get through school at all. Our brains are being fried. The solution is not to vote at all but the outcry and propaganda machine goes into overdrive to force us to go to the polls. It cannot end till more people are suffering.

  • Cindy van Bon

    we need to get rid of greed… materialism.. money..